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, the turkey day rush has begun at sfo but cannot grab the crabbers us yet because this year could be one of the busiest. >> and there are always delays. >> with 5.4 million californians planned to travel 50 mi. or more over the four day thanksgiving holiday. donald pilsner knows this all too well he and his wife for heading for los angeles he is flying back next week he, and everyone else are ready for along lines. >> they will expect 3 percent more troubling than last thanksgiving. the are you surprised that traveling is -- up that 3 percent more-traveling? >> no i am not surprised >> our team coverage continues with maureen kelly who spoke to a travel expert. >> the way that the americans to travel abroad and thanksgiving has changed. >> traveling of thanksgiving coast to get a like mashed potato and gravies. and this writer says that the typical is changing. >> id used to be wednesday, sunday but no people take the entire week off. >> you can start to see long lines at airport, security as even the weekend before. derrik and his wife decided to fly out sunday to get some extra family
to canne let us start on the jersey shore. you can see it is a mixture between republicans and democrats. however, north of atlantic city it becomes almost entirely republican. although there are a few democratic strongholds. new york, you can see staten island. it is pretty much split between republicans, democrats but as we go to the north-east. the island of manhattan was almost solid democrat. the same on the east river of long island at all, a democrat. if we move to the east along long island you can see that it becomes a mixture. democrats, republicans. once again that this does not show how it will go but it seems to show that the majority of these voters tend to be democrats. in the san francisco, kron 4 news. >> in just a few hours the first presidential votes will be tabulated in it to him shirt it is 80 tradition. >> mitt romney began his day and new hampshire, virginia, ohio and then to new hampshire or the president it was wisconsin, and of the goodness and the decency of the ohio. and ending up in iowa. these six states are too close to call. the biggest is florida with 29
protection is. >> the police told us they just don't have the manpower. >>pam: we are live at a community meeting. with those residents are demanding answers. >> a second arrest has been announced. the destructive vandalism attack that resulted in a muni bus attacked torching that a san francisco muni bus after the giants won the world series. take a look this video, a bystander took this as you can see several people said the bus on fire and smashed out windows. the damage is close to $1 million. police announced a second arrest. police are still looking for other suspects. this is the 19 year-old nicholas hudson he was arrested late wednesday for vandalism, destroying a passenger transit vehicle and olson all are felonies. and and in connection with this the destruction of the san francisco transit bus during the celebration of broke out in the city following the baseball team's world series win. the daly city residents arrests, on the heels of gregory ganniss;s from the incident. this is another picture of a guinness according to police as he was caught committing the crimes. pictures
and power lines... >> lucky drive in the u.s. 101 if this is flooding pretty much every time. it is low-lying area and they know that they need to get ready. this is video from what we showed earlier they were up on the latter is, getting their hands and dirty for clearing out of the leaves but many of these homes and marin county are built on hillsides. there are draining ditches nearby careful to get out the dirt, debris, the branches, so it does not overflow. one resident forgot to clear out his in stitches. and he said that his backyard flooded because he forgot to clear out his bitches. >> it is a natural receptacle for leaves and debris so this is an annual. it could clock. the water would just pore over. it would-catclaw befor get clogged >> i know the with the leaves falling that they are in the background the gutters will get clogged and they could possibly overflow so a little bit of prevention will go a long way. >> home owners say that these are mundane things are important when it comes to get ready for a storm. jeff bush, kron 4 news. >> operations in the center cruz mount
used eight number of volunteers. the police chief estimate that 1 million people were in the city for the parade. and the all-time record and muni was also at the very least the san francisco 49ers parade from the 1980's. >>pam: the suspected arsonist maureen kelly has the latest on this investigation. >> san francisco police apartment once this video of the suspects setting this publicly bus on fire to call by row. since they released this public muni bus to go on line on social media sites they have gotten a flurry of facebook and twitter. that has provided additional leads to social media has helped the computer before its has not taken long for the computer to generate leads. their received an anonymous tip in less than 24 hours of gregory granis. and san francisco police department is asking for anybody who is known anybody as these suspects, and also the people there on the bus. 2, forward. >> we will get these guys. >> maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> officials are investigating the death of an unidentified man who this is the third dead body discovered along that coastline i
intersection i want to thank you for all of your pictures. message us on facebook or e-mail at breaking news@kron.com >> take a look get the sierras. we can see the snowfall blanketing the lake tahoe area is to bring a early ski season. >> the forecast looks great for snow this weekend. a mass of cold air is moving across donner summit and boreal mountain resort is preparing to open on saturday. they have already started snowmaking operations. the national weather service is predicting between four and to 9 in. of snowfall through tomorrow. if that does happen cough boreal will welcome guests. skiing and snowboarding started back on october 26th but all that had to stop on halloween because to is just to warm and. this weekend is veterans day weekend and they're expecting a big crowd. this is usually considered early because ski resorts usually open the around thanksgiving and by tomorrow, the resorts will know for sure weather there will be open on saturday but there will tell us if that does not work there will surely be open on sunday. they are hoping for a great season with lots of snow.
for kelly takes over the streets of oakland to jeff pierce tells us about the crowd. oakland police- brutality. >> no justice! no peace. among hundreds of people marched through downtown oakland bringing voice to their claims of police brutality. the march and rally at oakland city hall was without violence and the arrests and while it was a peaceful demonstration it was not without a great voices from those who spoke to the crowd. >> we are here to tell you 0 pd bet we are not going away. you we are not afraid to stand up to you. you can keep murder and does the we will stand up and fight until we get justice for alan bluford. >> the family of 18 year-old hele--alan bluford is the latest high-profile death at the hands of oakland police have made his case a focal point. >> this test for my family out. this is something that is devastating for the family and as a community. it's hard but it's even harder when justice is not coming your way. >> alan is not here and we adjusted the six month anniversary of his death. >> this movement is going to take more of us coming together more of
with this latest round of what weather. phillipe djegal is of the operation center in oakland to show us how they are doing that. >> this is the nerve center, so to speak. they are keeping a high on the the traffic center, and the california highway patrol and the millions are blank close attention to the roadways. with over 300 cameras on roadways, streets, between nine and p area cameras counties. road crews are on standby in case the weather causes major traffic delays. >> what we see on this are dots and if there are green dots yellow could be moving slowly and did you see red dots. so, when we see a lot of red dots that we have a lot of problems. the traffic camera could see what the problem is. >> the situation will dictate what crew is a center where with palms will be cleared during the day but there is no telling what could happen when the-pomp pumps could be cleared during the day. >> if there is a downed power line, and access to the c h p we could send emergency vehicles, or emergency tow trucks. >> in oakland, phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. in >> as you can imagine, drivers are w
were honored today maureen kelly gives us the sights and sounds. >> it is great. we are celebrating all of our soldiers. >> i could not be able to just not come out and show my support. >> one of the veterans we would probably not have our freedom. >> i'm here representing my grandfather. he gave his life for this country. >> very touching. if we never forgot the ones our fallen heroes. >> thank-you, your love is appreciated. >> i have a daughter who is in the military. and being in vietnam the way that it was was kind of tough. everybody came back and i am glad that the guys now are getting more honor, respect. >> i have friends over there right now. it just keep praying for them and keep the support of because they need it. it feels good to come back to this. we have the people behind us. >> the veteran state team coverage continues as a good san francisco. with michael confirm what the day means for bay area veterans helicopters, boats and other military branches flooded market street for the san francisco veterans day parade. beyond the loud noise, the cool helicopter and a spectacl
. it was used by early evening. and a lot of progress but still a long way to go. >> our cleanup coverage continues at 8:30 we will take a look at our work at how cleanup crews get the cars out of the mud. >> this porn staying with the local, state, federal agencies issued six search warrants and track the suspects down on this child internet porn. >> this is naples. street, where 25 year-old alexis ifwang and higher ma fan these n were all arrested tuesday for possession of child pornography. a felony. they identified this through on- line chat rooms. they say they were sharing videos and photos. the officer is explaining how the offer these men were located. but it is. similar to catching a jar of predator. once we identified with the perpetrators were we issued a search warrant through their internet address. and then were able to find other location. if >> there were two other suspects still at large but they say they are gathering additional evidence before the men are arrested. this to child porn sting operation including 100 officers and 23 local state and federal law enforcement a
saturday, sunday. stormtracker 4 we're watching the rain fall and were used to the green. the yellow is indicating heavier rainfall but it is heavier in the north but not as much in the south bay. and some of green you through in sunnyvale, cupertino, milpitas and the lalmadden valley and the heavy rainfall is sometimes to the santa cruz mountains. and generally light through san francisco. and along the coast but as i mentioned the heavy rainfall is right. for marin county hill was for west marin, would incur, san rafael, catching some of that yellow card and the h ills and the live look at the span of the san mateo bridge and the core is working its way on the shore. the heaviest will be north. shower activity early. however there will be a break but there is another system, the second storm system for the saturday evening that will bring more rainfall for a saturday morning. the first storm is pretty much onshore but still heaviest over the ocean. storm no. 2, will be near the afternoon and evening. the futurecast showing snowfall there could be 6 in.-12 in. for locations at past
yold t. en bnds mpet u . but tt pri war usethangi weend,,atleep.eval en suny,d t. >> just hours after people giving thanks counccountless to even buy more. catherine heenan shows us who took part in this frenzy and the experience could have been more chaos. >> to be fair most black for the shoppers looked like this at macy's in new york city. happy looking shoppers walked in and managed to avoid them. it did to get crowded with 11,000 people had been in a line when the flagship opened at midnight. up from 9000, last year. much of the f frenzy had been because of the thanksgiving opening evening but there was this drama victoria secrets some of them pushing and shoving. the manager was pleading for them that issue was not going to open until they simmered down. >> at another store there were much more excited with $2 waffle irons. the employees referred to this as a waffle right. but in a lot of cases it was not funny this fight broke out in michigan. with even pepper spray used and police had to take away to people in handcuffs. this man in massachusetts who came out of a kmart to fin
to the shore. much of this rainfall will be associated and it will be missing us to the north. here is what we expect with the dry conditions overnight in a chance of rainfall throughout the day. but it will not press in and tell 10:00 p.m.. timing it out on futurecast and more storms coming up. >> the north bay was first to get hit with the wet weather. this was earlier in in san rafeal. slick conditions. terisa estacio visit live terisa? >> the conditions are dry right now but as you mentioned it was different earlier. that was from the heavy downpour with conditions near the concerns. >> this was a sign that face many in the north bay as the first major storm. there is here, and a sausalito along the 1 0 1. the set of orange cones and there were on the ready to put up more as the day wore on. flooding concerns sent out sandbags several people lined up their storefronts like this posh boutiques. this massive winter storm caused previous winter storm. >> these are six sandbags that we set up last night that the town with available to us. we have them a sitting here in case we need them this w
. petraeus was scheduled to testify this week on the attack of the u.s. consulate in libya. now, his deputy will appear. catherine heenan, kron 4. >> 29 people do not have homes right now this is on in habitable because of this blast in indianapolis. homes will have to be demolished and this fire was in 4 homes that was in this area. it spread to other areas. you can see how far reaching the damages into a middle-class neighborhoods. people even have to show identification to get into the neighborhoods of the configure out what is left of their belongings. the owner of one of the homes set that she had have been having problems with performance. the utility company in indianapolis says that there was not called about the firmness but there was a high amount of gas consumed in the area of the blast right before the explosion. investigators are working but as of right now there is still no cause of the blast. new york city mayor michael bloomberg has announced a $500 million emergency plan for critical repair is the money will go to fix public schools and hospitals damaged by super show warm
will hold out. let me show you this piece of equipment. it is out on standby if it needs to be used. also these bales of hay that is the first line of defense. because of the rainfall and even this mesh is being put in place. to prevent that mud >> this president is worried. she is hoping that this is this-resident does not want a repeat. if you remember this cast-iron pipe down over 45,000 gal. of water they laid down a jute blanket. they also dug a ditch. and neighbors are hopeful that this will work. >> we do not want to see anything happen again. >> i checked with the working crews they're going to be out to see if this rainfall will be out to work on the water main break it is a temporary fix. the water is being supplied from a different career with the working crews expect everything to hold out. we will wait to see. reporting in daly city, kron 4. >> the temperatures could be a mild but the ski season is open in some areas. >> it is wonderful. >> dude! he is talking bought ski season in northern california. the slopes are open and boarding were skiing. >> there are five chair lifts
. but some pluses to not have heat. phillipe djegal gives us a look at some haute classroom still do not have see. >> some of those glasses to not have heat. >> other hard-hit areas, some of those classrooms to not have heat. they are sifting through the damage devastation. >> it is going to be a long term art recovery response effort and we plan on being there every step of the day. >> the san francisco of the bay area thinks that the disaster relief coordinator was thinking that they would get to new jersey on friday. that could be 2-3 weeks on- site. >> we maintain a number of mobile heating units and volunteers that are always on standby in case of a disaster. >> they are providing food, water and other essentials to the survivors and 17 locations in new york city. >> this is the canteen. >> yes >> this is a stocked kitchen. >> pretty much. >> this lady is saying that we are feeding 100,000 people per day with these canteens. food trucks. >> with a six-burner stove and a confection of and that allows us to provide a lot of food and a quick amount of time. triple wash sink. food safety is
>> tonight there is concern over the type of pipe chevron plans to use. that broke last august, causing a huge fire at the richmond refinery. dan kerman reports, federal investigators are not convinced that chevron is using the best available technology. this chemical safety board has issued a subpoena to chevron. they have to answer it these specific decisions about the decision making process of the cost one type of pipe instead of the other. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> in the letter about the concern they say that there is a 9 percent chromium steel alloy will work the best and it is concerned about stainless steel being more susceptible to stress corrosion. >> in bay area news, this 65 year-old woman. the suspect is only 14 years old. we are getting a photographs. this is one of them caviar king. they are going to try him as an adult. if kaviar.. king he approached the woman, it kidnapped her, sexually assaulted her and she was left on the side of the road which was found hours later. the suspect was found when he went back to the crime scene. and he did not seem impactive
kerman, kron 4 news. >> what ever you are going to be doing, let us take a look if the weather. at the weather, jacqueline? this looks great. >> that the rain definitely has stopped. however, these delays at the airport would have been more extensive. what we are seeing right now is that everything is running on time at s f o, oakland, clear skies but this morning was a different story. lingering showers from overnight and even this morning over the last 24 hours over 1-inch in some areas. oakland, san francisco, a decent rain maker with one half and in some other locations inland. but a decent amount in the last 12 hours. as we take a look in your weather headlines mostly clear skies and chilly. temperatures in the 40's. 60s. in a number of spots. we will have your extended holiday forecast. >> another a thanksgiving tradition is people that are lining up they want black for the deals. some diehard shoppers cannot wait that long before black-friday deals. this was on monday. some of those people are still out there is happening at this best buy in this san francisco, scott. >>
so many and even dan kerman was on a flight out of san diego. he tells us how the delay impacted them. am i was scheduled on a 10-20 of virgin america with the arrival at a san francisco at noon. but i was caught up in those same delays. the monitors indicated that the flight was on time but i knew that that was not true because the version website said the appeal leaving a 12th. fun and the monitors caught up. i walked down to united. they were equally delayed. i came back with virgin america and i said is 12 noon the right time. 12 noon is one we're going to be checking in but the wheels of cannot surely break until 1:00 p.m. basically i found that the monitors are wrong most of the day and the only way to get accurate information was to speak with a human being behind the desk. we arrived at terminal no. 2 at 2:32.5 hours after the scheduled departure time. dan kerman. >> weather wise, we did have a pleasant start but tonight conditions are pretty clear. this is a live look at downtown san francisco. and if changes are underway with a series of powerful storms. i am in here with th
certainly do not want to use these resources. >> diminished capacity cutting back on the border patrol and walnut creek. also if you were stuck in traffic in the east bay this is why. >> we're completely blocked by a semi >> of the 680 blog. >> and posters have a good news for proposition 34. >> this is the first time we've seen for repealing the death penalty. >> it is known for a out of control drunk rawl said. walnut creek will soon do away with the patrols in the downtown area. in fact they could be doing more jeff bush has more with what the could be more. jeff? the mother has been 89 arrests for fighting. a group of five officers has been to indicate to the downtown officers but they are going away soon to the patrol division let me show you a video. you can see on this you tube video 5-tanned men were fighting and a street fight. five-10 of these-men. these officers are going back to the patrol division soon because of staffing in >> this is a result of retirement, injuries, were transferring. we have had to pull from special assignments to cover patrol. patrol is a were primary
of the town tonight. >> this storm system is pressing through and currently is right on top of us for san francisco, fairfield, concord, san mateo. you can see this is for the heaviest rainfall is. the yellow is moderate rainfall stretching through martinez. into the heels of a contra costa county. and also towards the hills of contra costa county and richmond. oakland, it is light on monday peninsula but it is heavier near alameda, san leandro and hayward. so far, the south bay not much rainfall from this storm or from one last night. that will change. with their rain through tonight and it the other storm the highest in the north bay with 1 in.-three- quarters for santa rosa. with one-half inch through concord and less amounts towards san jose and the south bay. just traces. and a live view from outside the bay bridge and it has been pouring. we will continue to see this for several hours and then showers. and the leftover showers but otherwise a mixture of clouds and signed. it could be pretty nice decent, day. with-sunset. >> we are live with the police have read. i hear that resident
planning on the field. that only gave us more courage. more energy to play hard for you. >> cincinnati were not as loud as you. we want to st. louis there were not as loud as you. quite frankly to detroit was also not as as loud as you and that is why we won. the detroit fans were not as loud as you. >> you better be proud. you need to be proud. and make sure that we are all world series champions orange and black in san francisco. >> everybody joins me with the hands in the air. and we will bring this in the with a slow clap. ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra the ladies and gentleman, the one and only tony bennett! san francisco (i left my heart in san francisco) above the blue and widy sea,,, sea when i come home to you, the gold in the sun, will shine for me. golden sun will shine for me! >> thank you very much. if he fell >> nobody does it better. howard news crews were scattered all along the parade routes. >> our whose crews and tough justine >> the giants fans could not wait to get this done. >> we could not wait. >> how is the elbow? >> they got into their victory chariot signing countle
to not surprise us. >> the district attorney's office will be see if he is charged for an adult or a juvenile. meanwhile, the friends are grateful that men are off the streets. >> it helps with some closure. that he is not running around. and he can face justice for what he did. >> as this investigation continues the invectiv detectivs are trying to find out why this big age difference and the correlation is. in concord, alecia reed, kron 4. >> friends, family members of their last could buy for their life was cut short by a bullet. memorial services in campbell for rory pettiford on this attempted 7-eleven carjacking. >> this was a sad moment. the way that everything happened. you do not want to see somebody that young leave by that means. >> is a tragedy when a 22 year-old leaves their like. my condolences for the family as well. >> the coach and physical education teacher says that they will be missed for his great expense oa specially-for s great sense of humor. if there is a fund set up. >> this san jose party was broke up but phillipe djegal by police were called and how things got out
of our voting population >> for those people have not used an absentee ballot those must be taken to a polling place. them with just three days and several initiatives on the california ballot it could come down to undecided voters. dan kerman has the latest on proposition 34. if that would pass to be propelling the death penalty. >> death row could shut its doors for good. the new field poll shows of the majority of californians favor proposition 34 which would repeal the death penalty in favor of life in prison without the possibility of parole. the 45 percent would vote " yes ". and 48 percent oppose. 17 are undecided. that is a significant increase from people in the month of september toward when a " yes " voters were trailing by 24-22%. the di camillo.. >> usually when the lights are crossing it is from the yes over to the no side. as they learn more and in this particular initiative which is somewhat unique. it is moving the other way. they are learning more about the initiative and seymour to followed by saying yes. >> changing attitudes of what will cost the state less mo
is shows us some before and after. >> and this is the before is were the mud slide started and this was taken before and this is after. this was tuesday morning after thousands of gallons of muddy water came down the hillside and this is all looked wednesday afternoon. the street has been completely cleared. and this was covered in mud and this is how it looked on wednesday. lusanne this is before, and this is how it looked to stay. and this is how it looked wednesday completely dry and finally one more look. the hillside this is before the you can see the hill is covered with trees and this is now. this huge gouge daly city, charles clifford, kron 4 news. the rainfall is on the way we do of one more day for clean up of 70's in a number of areas. 72 degrees in half moon bay. '70s in some detail, redwood city and upper 60s and 70's for the rest of the root area. we are starting to see an increasing clouds with even the storms to the south. some sub-tropical moisture as it moves up towards the bay area. typically, it is up to the north but now is down to this house so it cou
rain in the north bay and even heavy rains. let us take a look at napa. pretty moderate downpours indicated by the yellow. and even near golden gate and sausalito.. lighter. but as we take a look it is really moving slow. we can see the tail end of this ever so slowly to the east and to the south. this progression is expected to continue overnight. slowly, overnight and that the morning the commute could be wet. self of the golden gate and as we look for the afternoon it will seek clearer and mostly sunny and mild. or on this, timing it out on futurecast, coming up. >> there is growing talk of a cease-fire but no violence between the middle east. anderson cooper has more. >> israel says five of its people has it died since this country started fighting against palestinian militants and hoss says tha 117 palestinians . hon loshow the secretary of state the or a continent with benjamin netanyahu. >> president obama has asked me to come to israel with a very clear message. the security is rock solid and unwavering. that is why we believe that it is essential to the escalate the situa
. >> >> reporter: aisles and aisles of merchandise means you can only talk to us for so long. >> we have been here since 9:00. >> >> reporter: she sure was excited. are you looking at a small number of protests against wal- mart, one of the many nationwide that are taking place and have taken place in the last few weeks. people are making their way inside of wal-mart, a very busy evening here at wal-mart. reporting live, jr stone. kron4 news. >> a mad rush for any particular item? >> not necessarily. items were covered in plastic earlier. i was walking around all different sections. we are talking electronics. some open at 10:00. others open at 8:00. people are waiting, buying the the items, some of the electronics are some of the most popular. >> >> reggie shows us a target store where black friday shoppers were anxiously waiting to get inside. >> >> reporter: an i pod touch going for $149. this 50-inch, $439. half the regular price. there is even more bargains not listed in the store's black friday ad. he will be handing out bars to the shoppers to give them more energy after waiting outside for
was dropped off in oakland hills. >> president barack obama used his first major remarks since reelection, to dive right into year end showdown over the loving financial crisis. extended an invitation to members of congress to talk about a plan to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff the president says " he is open to compromise and new ideas to break the blockage hangover deficit-reduction. and also david petraeus. resign. but because of an extramarital appear a fair. >> also, this was the scene in oceanside new-york as exasperated public officials and furious residents gathered for a rally against the long island power authority. hundreds of thousands of people on the east coast are still without power. residents, kennedy's new jersey, new york are angry over the slow pace of recovery it has been almost two weeks since hurricane sandy ravaged the region. people in the northeast of is the feeling storm battered as a snow continues to hit the area slowing down cleanup efforts estate deal with scenes like this. amounts of snowfall blanketing neighborhoods. catherine heenan. >> these lines are
and cash >> how dare you? you kick us when we are down. that is it you you feel in your gut, you feel a deep inside you, it is such a world in the immediate aftermath of santa, there were reports of looting in the area from staten island to the jersey shore. >> if that was not bad enough, temperatures in new york city are dipping into the freezing mark at night with a raw concern for those storm victims who are still without power. they are relying on portable heaters, blankets, volunteers are serving hot food and giving out supplies. >> so over here, it is a bit warmer. and it is at home a. and i am outside, like you said and i am offsite! there's no way to escape the cold, there really isn't. >> >> as of this weekend, officials say thousands of customers remain without power in new york and new jersey >> we are seeing some decent conditions but still a bit chilly. 40's. mostly clear skies. we will see some ground fog of developing impacting the visibility at the ground level. gray skies and sunshine. however, mostly sunny with high clouds. for tuesday, this big transition and the we
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